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Old 12 December 2013, 07:59   #1
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So was planning to buy an A-Frame for the AVON A470 to accommodate some NAV lights but do I want a big frame on the back ? I am also considering to maybe use a stainless post on the transom with an all round nav light on top with some P&S lights on the console.... The issue I got is that the position of P&S nav lights on the console mean I need nearly a 5 feet post to get to the 1 meter above !?.... Any ideas pls as I need the post to be coming off the transom when i dont need it which is most of the time... cheers
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Old 12 December 2013, 11:18   #2
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Hi Huib

If you pop down the dry stack I can show you how other people with similar sized ribs have dealt with that problem - some with poles, some with "A" frames, etc.

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Old 12 December 2013, 12:01   #3
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Hey Steve... will do next week when I am back from a trip to holland. . Cheers
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